*New Release* Anker PowerPort 5 (40W 5-Port USB Charging Hub) Multi-Port USB Charger for iPhone 6 / 6 Plus, iPad Air 2 / mini 3, Galaxy S6 / S6 Edge and More £12.59 (prime) £16.58 (non prime) Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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*New Release* Anker PowerPort 5 (40W 5-Port USB Charging Hub) Multi-Port USB Charger for iPhone 6 / 6 Plus, iPad Air 2 / mini 3, Galaxy S6 / S6 Edge and More £12.59 (prime) £16.58 (non prime) Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon.

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Found 24th Nov 2015
Fast Charging Technology: PowerIQ and VoltageBoost combine to provide the fastest possible charge up to 2.4 amps per port or 8 amps overall (Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0 not supported. For QC2.0 charging, please see Anker's 18W USB Wall Charger).
Ultra Powerful: Five ports pump out 40 watts of power, enabling simultaneous multi-device charging. Rated DOE Level 6 for energy efficiency.
Certified Safe: Anker's MultiProtect safety system and UL certification ensures complete protection for you and your devices. Worldwide 100-240 volt AC input voltage.
What You Get: Anker PowerPort 5 (40W 5-Port USB Charging Hub), 5ft detachable power cord, welcome guide, our fan-favorite 18-month warranty and friendly customer service.
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cool find op, heat
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heat, bought. needed another one these are excellent.
Thanks op. Already have one and wanted another one for the bedroom.
These are truly excellent. currently have two iPads, iPhone and s3 charging off one of these but about to add a note 4 so may get the 60w 6 port version.
Apart from the convenience it makes traveling with a bunch of devices very easy. But biggest benefit is the very low power consumption when nothing is charging. Compare this to 5 separate chargers and it will pay for itself in no time!
See deal for 60w 6 port or for real gadget freaks 10 port 60w.

Edited by: "stevehaley" 24th Nov 2015
stevehaley

These are truly excellent. But biggest benefit is the very low power … These are truly excellent. But biggest benefit is the very low power consumption when nothing is charging. Compare this to 5 separate chargers and it will pay for itself in no time!



? Big claims- I wouldn't of thought the energy issue is from chargers on standby but actually the charge efficiency. Please can you explain more? Preferably with rough numbers. Thanks!
Bargain - buy it!
These are brilliant, also top customer service. One port on mine stopped after 13 months and they replaced it for free, didn't even want the old one back.
I have a couple of these and they are superb, if only they came with the excellent short charge leads that Anker do I would have four.
HOT Deal - purchased for my Nexus 6P.
Yeah, hot. Bought one of these a few months ago from a marketplace seller for £15 and found it to be a fake. After some faffing around Amazon refunded me.
The one in this deal, however, is sold Anker and will be genuine.
Heated.
Love these throwing one in my brothers pressie
STOP IT! I didnt need this. But I bought it
I had the older version where the ports stopped working after a few months.. Anker sent me a upgraded replacement, which had the same issue in the 17th month..

Anker has now sent me this version and I hope it doesn't end up with the same fate.
olisun

I had the older version where the ports stopped working after a few … I had the older version where the ports stopped working after a few months.. Anker sent me a upgraded replacement, which had the same issue in the 17th month..Anker has now sent me this version and I hope it doesn't end up with the same fate.



Did you have to send the old version back ?
GQ Man

Did you have to send the old version back ?



Nope, I just recycled them.
resist ... resist .. resist .. purchased ...
olisun

Nope, I just recycled them.



Dont know what that means its either sarcasm or something im missing.
GQ Man

Dont know what that means its either sarcasm or something im missing.



en.wikipedia.org/wik…ing
mchu6am4

HOT Deal - purchased for my Nexus 6P.



​I'm sure you probably already realise it but this won't charge as fast as the stock charger for the 6P. The stock charger is 15W at 5V 3A. However if speed isn't important then you'll have no issues.
olisun

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Recycling



Your not very good at English are you as the context to my SIMPLE question and your answers DONT MAKE SENSE.
Recycled them how ? in the context of this item that comment to most people wont make sense.

thetunit

​I'm sure you probably already realise it but this won't charge as fast a … ​I'm sure you probably already realise it but this won't charge as fast as the stock charger for the 6P. The stock charger is 15W at 5V 3A. However if speed isn't important then you'll have no issues.


Thanks I know that's the case but it'll still charge faster than most other non oem chargers on the market...
GQ Man

Your not very good at English are you as the context to my SIMPLE … Your not very good at English are you as the context to my SIMPLE question and your answers DONT MAKE SENSE.Recycled them how ? in the context of this item that comment to most people wont make sense.


You're not good at English either..
Anyway, I think olisun meant that he didn't have to send the faulty unit back, Anker simply sent a replacement.
There have been quite a few comments in the past about Anker doing that, cheaper for them in the long run.
Got one of these (or similar) year or so ago, excellent item.

shame din not support Qualcomm Quick Charge, but still good deal.in my old one one port stopped working, need to contact anker
Edited by: "veganway" 24th Nov 2015
A top piece of kit, use mine everyday

Would this one not be a better buy? £10.99 at the time of posting.

It has Quick Charge 2.0 and is 54W compared to the 40W Anker.

Only thing that puts me off is the name and the annoying 'unbiased' reviews that seem to be the craze on Amazon these days.
TheJakeOfOld

Would this one not be a better buy? £10.99 at the time of posting.It has … Would this one not be a better buy? £10.99 at the time of posting.It has Quick Charge 2.0 and is 54W compared to the 40W Anker.Only thing that puts me off is the name and the annoying 'unbiased' reviews that seem to be the craze on Amazon these days.



I've got plenty Anker products and they're all great!
Any way of using this in the car? What other wires would i need?
what about these?
amazon.co.uk/gp/…1_5?qid=1448373848&sr=8-5π=AC_SX110_SY165&keywords=60+watt+6+port+usb&dpPl=1&dpID=31YUhWbryAL&ref=plSrch
GQ Man

Your not very good at English are you as the context to my SIMPLE … Your not very good at English are you as the context to my SIMPLE question and your answers DONT MAKE SENSE.Recycled them how ? in the context of this item that comment to most people wont make sense.



As an external observer to your feud with olisun I can confirm that, contrary to your assumption, I do understand the concept of recycling. In fact, I would go as far as to say that most people would make sense of his comment. People, I think, are surely familiar with the recycling of small electronics. This can be done at many supermarkets, recycling centres, or waste disposal centres.

I would direct you to this link:
dontbinitbringit.org

Edited by: "xeroc" 24th Nov 2015
GQ Man

Your not very good at English are you as the context to my SIMPLE … Your not very good at English are you as the context to my SIMPLE question and your answers DONT MAKE SENSE.Recycled them how ? in the context of this item that comment to most people wont make sense.



I'm guessing by not stating he 'binned' them, that he took them to his local tip who most likely have a container for electronics to be 'recycled'.
You appear to be attacking him for making a conscientious statement. I had no trouble understanding the scenario. I also have a small box in the utility room of broken electronics ready to be 'recycled' and not thoughtlessly binned.


captainbeaky

Anker make specific USB chargers for use in cars such … Anker make specific USB chargers for use in cars such as:://www.amazon.co.uk/Anker-Charger-PowerIQ-Technology-Motorola-48W-Silver/dp/B00U1677NG/



Yup, it would be better to purchase a product designed specifically for 'in-car' use. If you insist on using this exact product then you would need a product called a '12v car power inverter'. This will allow you to use standard 3-pin plugs in your car via the cigarette lighter socket. You should ensure that it is at least 40watts (most decent ones start at 100w, however).
Am tempted at this or the 60w. We have the plugs but they are pain in butt when u have phone,anker battery pack, tablet and something else and thats just mine stuff
Eh? So anker are allowed back on hotukdeals now it seems
does this make a high pitched noise?
GQ Man

Your not very good at English are you as the context to my SIMPLE … Your not very good at English are you as the context to my SIMPLE question and your answers DONT MAKE SENSE.Recycled them how ? in the context of this item that comment to most people wont make sense.



Actually the answer made perfect sense. You asked if he needed to send them back. He said, no, I recycled them. It was a simple answer to you're question and your now taking offence.
Petetobin

Actually the answer made perfect sense. You asked if he needed to send … Actually the answer made perfect sense. You asked if he needed to send them back. He said, no, I recycled them. It was a simple answer to you're question and your now taking offence.



I like what you did there with the you're and your

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